Love in the Mystical Tradition : workshop

  • the Hamblin Trust

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A workshop with Andrew Henley. ""The one love is everywhere."" Rumi. Fed up of the over-commercialisation and hype of St Valentine's Day? Explore the concept of love from the refreshingly deeper perspective of the mystical tradition, in this workshop with a difference.Personal love is bound by the ego, which is subject to a sense of separation from others, and therefore constantly fears loss. It is a conditional form of love, given to clinging and grasping. It is ruled by the emotions and can be superficial and even manipulative if not reciprocated. It quickly turns to its opposite form of hate if the object of love 'breaks the rules' imposed by the little human self. Come and find out how to make that internal adjustment, away from the individual ego and towards universal consciousness - the true meaning of love - a state of consciousness more beautiful than can be imagined by the human mind. Andrew Henley is a master meditation teacher of the Himalyan tradition, who received his advanced training in the Himalyas. A barrister by profession, he has taught stress managment at the English Bar and Lloyds of London. He leads meditation group sessions for the Fountain Centre's work with cancer patients at the Royal Surrey County Hospital. More recently, he has been invited to teach meditation sessions for the Metropolitan Police, the Foreign Office and at the British Embassy in Rome and Consulate General in Munich. Cost £25 / £20 for Hamblin Trust Members.


15 February, 14:30 - 17:00


Hamblin Hall